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Peek inside the 2019 Ram 1500

Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by Dave Z, Sep 28, 2017.

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  1. Jared26

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  2. Jared26

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    Funny you say that as I did a similar change to the pictures of the red truck a month or so ago. I'm really not a fan of the bumper coming up to meet the grille, I find that a weird styling element.
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    Or just bringing the bumper up all the way across:
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  3. DarkSky

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    I think the Express, Sport, and other trims with a body-colored fascia will be the best looking.
     
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  4. Jared26

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    I think so too. We know that there are 2 distinctly different front ends that we have seen so far but everyone seems to forget that the Rebel and Sport/Express also currently have differences in the front ends on the current trucks and I expect that to continue on DT.

    Also I absolutely suck at photoshop but I made this at the same time I made those other ones:
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  5. redriderbob

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    Wait for the Sport model.
     
  6. Jared26

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    I kinda figured. :)
     
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    Sorry... edited on my cellphone...

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  8. Jared26

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    You do a better job editing on your phone than I do in photoshop lol.
     
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    That's not a fair comparison Bob, the interiors in Ferds and Chevs are still very American (read - bland). DS's dated interior was nicer than either trucks currently IMO.
     
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    The only thing that really seems dated to me about the current interior is the steering wheel. It's held up pretty well.
     
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    The tiny buttons for navigating the EVIC and bluetooth are a little odd when you get used to Charger/Challenger/300/Grand Cherokee etc wheels.
     
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    DS vs the competition in 2009 model year...

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    @redriderbob - I'm referring to 2013 refresh forward. 09-12 interiors weren't quite there yet IMO.
     
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    2009 to 2011 Wheel...

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    2012 to Present Wheel...

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    2018.5 Jeep Wrangler (JL) Wheel (Similar to DT wheel)

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    I do appreciate how much faster the scrolling is on my Ram EVIC compared to a Charger. Not sure why, but the Ram is significantly faster at scrolling between EVIC menus than other FCA cars.
     
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    I know... but I am saying DS interior VS the competitors then.

    Here is how 2013 looked...

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    The Ram is still better than the current Silverado too. I am in both vehicles on a daily basis and the difference is very noticeable, especially as you move to the more expensive trim levels. The High Country is missing some very key features like passive keyless entry, heated rear seats, push button start, and even rear air conditioning while the Ram has all of that on much cheaper trim levels. And speaking in terms of quality, the Ram feels solid and well put together, the Chevy feels cheap and is prone to squeaks in the door trim.
     
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    Agreed, I have to drive the Silverados daily at work and they're just junk. Even comparing my Sport to my friends girlfriends High Country, her interior is nowhere near as good as the Rams. Ford's a little better than the GM's but still not as good as DS. I'm an auto detailer on the side and had My Ram, a 2016 F150 Lariat and a 2015 High Country all at the same time for a few days so I spent a lot of time with all of them. Also funny how the High Country was the highest trim level truck out of the 3 and was missing a lot of features as you said. The Silverado not only does not have passive entry but the key and the fob are separate units like it's 2004 or something.

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    @Jared26 just looking at any picture of any GM interior shows low quality and cheap electronics. RAM and GM got apple carplay and android auto around the same time despite the silverado undergoing multiple fascias and interior updates. RAM hasn't even had a major interior update since 2013. I don't mean to bash automakers because they work hard and make great products but GM is not on par with RAM or Ford. They're behind in just about anything between power and interior quality. The 10 speed may help a little bit and new aerodynamics will give them a boost a bit, but they'll never be F-150 in terms of performance. And they certainly will not be RAM 1500 in terms of interior quality and truck design. Just looking at a silver big horn with random parts on it looks better than the z71 trail boss which is a complete product that will likely be over $50,000.
     
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